It Gets Easier

Construction site is noisy, messy, dirty, smelly, accident can even happen, inconvenient – you can throw more words in there but the good part is it gets better. After all the drama of building, an actual beautiful structure would eventually come out.

Doing what you like to do gets easier.

But the question is, when things become familiar and comfortable, are you willing to step up for a challenge and innovate? Life is a constant process, everything might be harder in the beginning but you gain expertise and things become working smoothly. The best key is to keep moving with a positive attitude.


Values Education

I’ve watched X Factor USA and the bullying came up from one of the auditioners. How can children become so mean, controlling, manipulative and dangerous in such a young age? Where is the hatred coming from? The world needs more true love to be shared with one another.

For my dream Passion School, I will add Values Education in the curriculum. It is not enough that our talents are harnessed and encouraged, the right attitude to get things done along the way should be guided by kindness, gentleness and integrity.

Photo Source: Simon Cowell News

Never Quit Armstrong

In life, the moment we call it quit, we are ending our chances in getting what we truly love.  Yes, there is the right time to know when to stop but if we are talking about our passion and realizing it, there should be the determination to keep moving forward… If it didn’t work, be creative, seek assistance, and give it another strategic try until we finally get it right.

The remarkable Lance Armstrong shared the wisdom from his Mom (Linda Armstrong) that says: “Just give it your best and don’t quit.  Don’t ever quit.”

Who is Lance Armstrong?

He beat testicular cancer though the doctors said that his chance of survival is 40 to 50 percent and won Tour de France (one of the prestigious and hardest cycling races in the world and made an unbeaten record of seven consecutive times).  It was his passion to get on his bike and show to the world his endurance and his excellence in being an athlete but most importantly he was showing too that he can beat a deadly cancer which inspired a lot of people.

To quote what he said to The Associated Press, “Being able to have a job that I love immensely, yet then being able to use that job as a platform to speak about other things, bigger things, like the fight against cancer. We should all be so lucky.”

So let us work on our dreams “brick by brick” until we reach our full potential and we’ll be happy every single day; but we got to set our mind to: NEVER QUIT!

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